Directors and Producers

  • Short Films of Casimir Nozkowski: "70 Hester Street"

    In “70 Hester Street,” a short film that’s currently screening at the Tribeca Film Festival, filmmaker Casimir Nozkowski chronicles his childhood home at 70 Hester St. on the Lower East Side. Over…   Read the Article

  • Short Films of Casimir Nozkowski: "Bodega Cats"

    Nozkowski, a New York City native, has shot over two-dozen short documentaries about life in his hometown. Here are seven of our favorites.   See the Gallery

  • Short Films of Casimir Nozkowski: "Subway Floor"

    This is a meditative portrayal of empty bottles rolling around subway cars — hitting poles, bumping straphangers' shoes, obstructing doorways. We can't wait for the sequel of slowly creeping coffee…   See the Image

  • Short Films of Casimir Nozkowski: "Stadium Status"

    Dallas Penn and Rafi Kam, stars of Nozkowski's Internets Celebrities series, interview Mets and Yankees fans about the new — and very expensive — stadiums.   See the Image

  • Short Films of Casimir Nozkowski: "I.C. Waters"

    The Internets Celebrities series heads to Coney Island to ask members of the famous Polar Bear Club what compels them to jump into the freezing cold water on an annual basis.   See the Image

  • Short Films of Casimir Nozkowski: "A Fare Slice"

    "A Fare Slice" explores the tongue-in-cheek theory that the cost of a pizza rises whenever the MTA raises the cost of subway rides. The short doc also looks into the "one-dollar…   See the Image

  • Short Films of Casimir Nozkowski: "Childhood Sale"

    When his parents move out of their Lower East Side loft, Nozkowski packs up his childhood comics and sells them at a stoop sale. As anyone who's held a stoop sale knows, it's a singular experience…   See the Image

  • Short Films of Casimir Nozkowski: "Caffe Capri"

    Nozkowski speaks to the owners and customers of a 37-year-old coffee shop in Williamsburg. Fans flock here for the iced coffee.   See the Image

  • Short Films of Casimir Nozkowski: "Bodega Cats"

    This must-see ode to bodega cats, which mimics the style of a wildlife documentary, captures the essence of city felines as they preside over bodega entrances and shelves.   See the Image

  • John Maloof discovered the work of the nanny and artist in a box of negatives he purchased back in 2007. To date, he has produced two books on the mysterious street photographer Vivian Maeir and now…   See the Image